Share: Twitter share features have been getting more interesting in recent months.
Now, you can share tweets from friends, colleagues, and other social media outlets on your Twitter profile and with anyone on your timeline via a new feature that lets you share your content on Twitter using the company’s new Twitter Share.
The feature will be available in the coming weeks, and it allows you to share tweets directly from your profile, along with links to those posts.
You can also post tweets with the hashtag “Tweet of the Day,” and you can also link to other users’ tweets with a tweet link, as long as you use the proper hashtags.
The tweet link can be anything from a direct link to your Twitter bio, a simple comment or a link to a video or GIF.
But the new feature is the latest addition to the company of new ways to share your Twitter content, and Twitter has said that it wants to make it easier for you to do so.
“Twitter Share gives you the power to share content that is part of your social identity with your followers,” the company explained in a blog post.
“The Twitter Share interface lets you link to the Twitter content in a tweet or post and share the content as you see fit.”
The new feature has been available on Twitter since June 29, but it was announced only recently and only on the platform’s official account.
The new Twitter sharing feature is available on the following Twitter accounts: The official Twitter account of @POTUS, the President of the United States, @PresidentTrump, @BarackObama, @IvankaTrump, and @MikaBannon.
The official @realDonaldTrump Twitter account, which is the official White House account.
Twitter also added a new section of the Twitter app in June, which lets you add your own tweets to a list of shared tweets, so you can easily search for tweets that you’re friends with and share them.
While Twitter has been releasing a ton of new tools to let users share their tweets with others, this is the first time we’ve seen a feature that let you actually tweet directly from Twitter, along the lines of Facebook’s Share extension.
Twitter’s “share mode” allows you, for example, to send a direct tweet to a friend, or you can tweet to your mom’s Instagram account.
While Facebook has made a lot of strides in recent years, its share extension is still limited to just Facebook friends, and its Twitter share feature has only been available for a few months.
This means that it may be a while before we see this feature on Twitter.
It may also be awhile before we start seeing it in other places on the social network, as Twitter is still working on a “multi-platform” feature.